Friday 28 November 2008

Quantum paradoxes

Roederer (Information and its role in nature, Springer 2005) page 51:
Quantum paradoxes are paradoxes because of our unavoidable urge to represent mentally what happens inside the quantum domain with familiar images and paradigms from our sensory experience in a classical, macroscopic world. But nothing that transcends physically or informationally from a quantum system into the macroscopic world is intrinsically paradoxical or contrary to the laws of classical and relativistic physics.

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